Ocean Optics relocates headquarters to accommodate PIXELTEQ

Aug. 29, 2017
Ocean Optics moved its corporate headquarters to Largo, FL to accommodate new spectroscopy technology and assets.

Ocean Optics has moved its corporate headquarters to a new location in Largo, FL to accommodate new spectroscopy technology and assets. Located just 10 miles away from the previous location, Ocean Optics says that the new facility brings more space dedicated to R&D and better accommodates the recent addition of PIXELTEQ to Ocean Optics' product portfolio. In addition, the new offices house the company's sales, marketing, service, finance and administrative functions. Design and manufacturing of the company's spectrometer and accessory products will continue at Ocean Optics' Winter Park, FL facility.

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Ocean Optics' modular spectroscopy products, together with the multispectral sensing and imaging offerings of PIXELTEQ, support research, development and OEM production across a wide range of optical sensing applications.

The relocated US office will serve all Ocean Optics North American customers. No interruption to regular operations or customer service is anticipated. The new address is Ocean Optics, 8060 Bryan Dairy Road, Largo, FL 33777 USA. The phone number, +1 727-733-2447, and website, www.oceanoptics.com, remain the same.

SOURCE: Ocean Optics; http://halmapr.com/news/oceanoptics/2017/08/22/ocean-optics-moves-corporate-offices/

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Gail Overton | Senior Editor (2004-2020)

Gail has more than 30 years of engineering, marketing, product management, and editorial experience in the photonics and optical communications industry. Before joining the staff at Laser Focus World in 2004, she held many product management and product marketing roles in the fiber-optics industry, most notably at Hughes (El Segundo, CA), GTE Labs (Waltham, MA), Corning (Corning, NY), Photon Kinetics (Beaverton, OR), and Newport Corporation (Irvine, CA). During her marketing career, Gail published articles in WDM Solutions and Sensors magazine and traveled internationally to conduct product and sales training. Gail received her BS degree in physics, with an emphasis in optics, from San Diego State University in San Diego, CA in May 1986.

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